The University depends on information to develop programs and services, make critical strategic decisions, protect property rights, manage projects, serve students, and generate revenue. That information is contained in University records. Records can only be fully utilized as an asset if they are properly managed to enhance access to information and to reduce costs and risks. The University Archives helps busy staff manage University records by providing guidance on organizing, storing and disposing of records. If you have particular recordkeeping issues you would like us to address, let us know.
|Record Retention Policy||Policy on Retention of University Records|
|Records Schedules||Guidelines for disposing of your department's records.|
|Inventorying Records||The first step in developing records schedules is to describe the records - here's how.|
|Transferring Records to the Archives||Availability of trustworthy information about Case Western Reserve in 5 years or 100 years depends on the records that CWRU employees create and transfer to the Archives today. Here are guidelines for why, what, when, and how to transfer records. (104 68KB PDF version)|
|Digital Preservation||Tips for prolonging the life of digital information.|
|Paper Preservation||The Kelvin Smith Library Preservation Department has information about the care and handling of paper.|
|Glossary of Archival Terminology||Archival terminology|
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Return Case or OhioLINK items to any Case library, yes. Case libraries have different hours, so your book might not get checked in on the day you return it if you use a bookdrop.
Return the CPL@Case-KSL books only to KSL, so the collection is here for you & others. Case libraries are not responsible for returning other local libraries’ books. Returning public library books here will not check them off of your account at those libraries.